The Air at the Daycare
Using a new grant, environmental health researchers at Georgia State are examining the effects of air pollution in metro Atlanta childcare centers.
Dr. Liang-Ching Tsai, associate professor of physical therapy at Georgia State, has received a $2.02 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of knee rehabilitation following injury to preserve long-term knee cartilage health.
Drugs for inflammatory bowel disease are ineffective and have serious side effects. Professor Didier Merlin is developing a better treatment approach using nanotechnology.
A new study led by public health researchers at Georgia State has found that mental health status significantly affects whether adolescents who use e-cigarettes will begin using cannabis.
Professor Javier Stern and colleagues recently uncovered surprising new information about how salt intake affects the brain — findings that could have major implications for how we think about cardiometabolic health.
An influenza vaccine constructed with nanoparticles that enhance immune response offers strong protection against different influenza virus strains, according to researchers in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University.
Earned Income Tax Credit Day and a new report from Georgia State University build awareness and offer action steps to increase the use of EITCs.
The research revealed a positive and significant association between COVID traumatic stress and PTSD symptoms, suggesting that the pandemic is a unique traumatic stressor.